PTA Healthy Minds, Sponsored by The New York Life Foundation and The Allstate Foundation
100 local PTAs will be awarded $2,500 in funding, sponsored by the New York Life Foundation and the Allstate Foundation, to equip families with the tools they need to build healthy minds. For this specific grant, your PTA must …
- Build the knowledge and skills of parents and families to support their child’s mental health and help enhance their child’s social-emotional skills and resilience by distributing resources and hosting learning sessions;
- Provide the resources and support so parents take action to strengthen their family and child’s mental health; and
- Partner with your school to build and strengthen mental health and social-emotional learning (SEL) supports and services. The format and structure of each program will vary based on the unique needs of each school community. Learn more.
PTA Connected: The Smart Talk, Sponsored by Norton
150 local PTAs will be awarded $1,000 in funding to facilitate PTA Connected The Smart Talk family conversations in their school communities. The Smart Talk is an interactive tool created by National PTA and Norton that walks families through a series of guided digital safety questions, then creates a personalized family agreement for how technology will be used at home. For this specific grant, your PTA must be willing to host a discussion with families and students about digital safety and The Smart Talk tool by March 31, 2023. National PTA has developed resources to support this discussion. Learn more.
Mary Lou Anderson Reflections Arts Enhancement, sponsored by the family of Mary Lou Anderson
Two local PTAs will be awarded $1,000 in funding to administer student-centered programs that increase access to high-quality arts learning experiences and create new pathways for students to participate in the National PTA Reflections program. To be eligible for the Mary Lou Anderson Reflections Arts Enhancement grant, your PTA must be participating in the 2022-2023 Show Your Voice! Reflections program. The funding must be used to provide new pathways for underrepresented students to participate in arts education, including the Reflections program. Learn more.